Suge Knight's son claims Tupac is 'back in the studio' with 'new music coming'

Suge Jacob Knight has laid out the claims on Instagram

Clémence Michallon
New York
Monday 21 January 2019 16:48
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Tupac Shakur was shot dead in the late 1990s but the murder remains unsolved
Tupac Shakur was shot dead in the late 1990s but the murder remains unsolved

Suge Knight’s son has claimed the late rapper Tupac is “back in the studio” and working on “new music”.

Suge Jacob Knight, also known as Suge J Knight, recently shared an Instagram post reading: “I got Pac back in the studio. New Music coming.”

The younger Knight famously claimed in October last year that Tupac Shakur – who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, in September 1996 at the age of 25 – was still alive and living in Malaysia.

He doubled down on his most recent claims by writing in a follow-up post: “I need the hottest producer to work on a project for Pac”.

Suge Knight – real name Marion Hugh “Suge” Knight Jr – was handed a 28-year prison sentence in October 2018 after pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter after killing a man in a hit-and-run.

Shakur had been one of the star artists of Death Row Records, the label co-founded by Knight.

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